Summary: It's exciting! It's interactive! It requires a sure hand and a steady aim, PLUS nobody really gets hurt or killed! Sold. This is one of my favorite games of all time, highly replayable, and honestly just adorable. You play as a little kid whose scientist parents have to go deal with a giant power failure.
Super challenging game wrapped in a simple package. One of the top 10 Wii games?
THowerton "SHowT", Amazon
9 June 2013
Summary: This is a smart, unique, creative, fun, and challenging game. Why it hasn't done better or isn't better known? Perhaps because the packaging and storyline is aimed at kids but I can assure you that this game, while it can be enjoyed by the younger ones, is a crafty game for adults. First off this is a smart, unique and creative game. It's set up as a FPS (First Person Shooter) but doesn't ask you to play like a typical FPS.
Summary: I didn't know what this game would be like but I decided to trust the reviews & bought a cheap used copy. It was well worth it! This game is so much fun, I play it more than the kids. Who wouldn't love trashing rooms & throwing objects around. It's also plenty challenging & I have yet to beat the game...didn't help that one of the kids deleted all my completed levels :( Oh well, all in all this is a great buy & you will have lots of fun catching elebits!
Summary: I just bought this game based on the reviews here. After only playing it once, I'm hooked. It's hard to describe how cool it is to walk around a room and pick up the objects so you can shoot the Elebits that fall out. I haven't tested it out on my daughter yet (6 yo) and it might be a little difficult for her at first (you use almost every button and movement possible with the remote and nunchuk) but I love it!
Summary: I rented Elebits based on many of the previous reviews here, and after taking the game back, I rushed to purchase it for myself. While hardcore gamers probably won't appreciate Elebits, this is a great family title. I am not a gamer, but I found Elebits to be extremely intuitive and a whole lot of fun -- combining puzzle-solving with zapping, decision-making with simple reacting. My 9yo also loves this game -- we are both working our way through the levels.
Summary: When lightening strikes, and the power goes out, Kai has to capture colorful elebits to help restore the area's power. At the beginning, Kai doesn't care for elebits to much. He's jealous of them because he thinks his parents like them more than him. Each mission requires Kai to capture a specified number of watts to get the power back. However, he has to be careful when and how he captures the colored elebits. This game has been a great hit with our 8 year old.